Anus Mundi Ami ebben a pokolj r sban vonz k l n s h t a borzalomnak is lehet b ja az maga a szerz szem lye a v zna sz ke fi aki t esztend t t lt tt a hal l rny k ban Tizenkilenc ves volt amikor a es

  • Title: Anus Mundi
  • Author: Wiesław Kielar
  • ISBN: 9783596234691
  • Page: 216
  • Format: Paperback
  • Ami ebben a pokolj r sban vonz k l n s, h t a borzalomnak is lehet b ja , az maga a szerz szem lye, a v zna, sz ke fi , aki t esztend t t lt tt a hal l rny k ban Tizenkilenc ves volt, amikor a 290 es sz mot kapta Auschwitzban, s az rkez skor m g azt k rdezte mag t l Auschwitz Az rd g hallott r la s milyen lehet egy koncentr ci s t bor Hamarosan megtudom.Ami ebben a pokolj r sban vonz k l n s, h t a borzalomnak is lehet b ja , az maga a szerz szem lye, a v zna, sz ke fi , aki t esztend t t lt tt a hal l rny k ban Tizenkilenc ves volt, amikor a 290 es sz mot kapta Auschwitzban, s az rkez skor m g azt k rdezte mag t l Auschwitz Az rd g hallott r la s milyen lehet egy koncentr ci s t bor Hamarosan megtudom Ami azt illeti, alaposan megismerhette t esztend alatt Megtanulta a t l l s m v szet nek minden naprak sz cs nj t b nj t, a fogarany, a cigaretta, a krumpli csere rt k t, illetve az ember let rt k nek teljes semmibev tel t s megismerte Kielar a hal l minden fajt j t, miel tt megismerhette volna a szerelmet, az letet Alvil gi tikalauz ez a fekete memo r felsorol minden pokolbeli l tnival t, s mint minden j tikalauz, v g l a hal l glossz rium t is k zli, azt a n met t rsalg si nyelvet, amelyet rabok s rabtart k egyar nt besz ltek.Az olvas t mag val ragadja a szerz egy ni b ja s egy ni l t sm dja S amit olyan sokszor elmondtunk m r a hal lt borok kora ut n sz letett nemzed kek megismerhetik ebb l a k nyvb l azt a vil got, amely ugyan m r t voli, de amelyr l a halad emberis g nem feledkezhetik meg soha.

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    1. Well, I suppose I needed to be kicked in the head by a book today. Tonight'll be full of nightmares and I doubt I'll smile before I sleep. Raw and absent the lyricism of Primo Levi, Kielar had a perfect title here; a leitmotif of excrement pervades a text made all the more powerful by its simple, pithy language and chapters of only handfuls of pages. Levi's writings always have a hint of hope, and can be returned to over and over again; Anus Mundi is a dirty thing, an ex-library hardback that fe [...]

    2. Best book Ive ever read made such an impression on me when reading it for the first time as a teenager I have read it at least 14 times and I could read it again tomorrow :)

    3. My wife and I visited Poland a few years ago. In Kazimierz, the"Jewish Quarter" of Krakow (With no Jews alive there) We came across a shop there – and got this book in German "Anus Mundi"- memoirs of Auschwitz so I bought it, This is in Latin and means "asshole of the world" It is not of course the first memoir I've read about Auschwitz, but I have always read books written by Jews. For me this book is unique in the sense that it was written by a Polish Christian. Wiesław Kielar a Polish that [...]

    4. Dacă ar trebui să aleg cele mai marcante cărţi pe care le-am citit, cu siguranţă cea de faţă ar fii în capul listei. Chiar dacă greoaie, cu numeroase descrieri sângeroase şi dure, a fost una din cărţile pe care îmi venea greu să le las din mână. Cu siguranţă, ceva inedit a fost descrierea la persoana I a drumului prin iad a evreului cu numărul 290 care în 1945 a reuşit să scape odată cu venirea americanilorFie, sunt aspre încercările prin care se chinuiau evadeze, sau [...]

    5. Perhaps the best book I've read on the holocaust. Not as philosophical or humane as Primo Levi, not poetic either. Just cold, hard truths from a man who was among the first to arrive in Auschwitz, and the last to leave. This story focusses simply on the life and death of Kielar himself and his fellow prissoners. The title is aptly chosen since a lot of the story deals with food, blood and excrements. The raw truth of the Shoah. A brutal read.

    6. Am Ende gewinnt eben doch das Gute!Obwohl man so häufig über die Verbrechen des 2. Weltkrieges hört, ist es noch immer unvorstellbar. Das hat sich auch in diesem Buch gezeigt - wie kann Gewissen und Verstand so kollektiv versagen?

    7. Moeilijk om aan dit boek een score te geven, net omdat het zo'n historisch belangrijk document is. Het is gruwelijk en soms bijna niet te geloven dat dit ook werkelijk is gebeurd. We kennen allemaal wel de horrorverhalen van de tweede wereldoorlog uit de schoolboeken of films. Maar dit boek is van een ander kaliber, vind ik. Het vertelt het verhaal van een jongeman die van het begin tot het einde van de oorlog in verschillende concentratiekampen gevangen genomen werd. Zeer grafisch en gedetaille [...]

    8. I am completely overwhemed by this book that kept me breathless. Of course we all know the general story of Shoah and Auschwitz - Birkenau, but the individual story of this Polish young man, told without sentimentalism and even with self-deprecating remarks is the best kind of reality check one can experience.The most important episode, to me, was at the end of the book, where the narrator returns the things he had taken from the very young German prisoner, in remorse for having hit him. I hope [...]

    9. This book gives you nothing but the realest insight of what it meant be there, in Auschwitz. It feels so real that you can almost feel the taste of what they ate, the smell of the burned ones and undoubtedly you can feel the pain through all the pages. Ironically, you will have moments when you feel relief and even happiness. It's a must read for everyone.

    10. I finished reading this book second time like yesterday and the more I think about Anus Mundi, the more I recommend it. I am almost positive that this book is actually one of my favourite Auschwitz memoirs. 4,5/5

    11. Een boek dat toen ik het als kind las een enorme indruk op me maakte - waarschijnlijk het eerste boek over de concentratiekampen dat ik ooit onder ogen kreeg - & voor diegene die Traliewoud hebben gelezen, bij deze : het gekafte boek uit korte mouwen in december

    12. Impressive and terrible. It makes one appreciate every simple pleasure of life while being aware of the grotesque side of humans.

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